The Basic Essentials of Camping

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ICS Books, 1988 - Camping - 61 pages
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Cliff sets his goals to increase the skill level of the general camping public. Of course, a thorough explanation of gear is concisely included for campers interested in procuring equipment. Fire starting procedures and camp cooking are discussed in detail.

Finding a lack of basic skills in camps everywhere, Cliff devotes a chapter to "ropesmanship". Map and compass skills are another area effectively covered in this book.

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Contents

WHERE HAS ALL THE KNOWHOW GONE?
3
TO BUILD A FIRE
19
TASTY ROUTES TO DINING OUT
27
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About the author (1988)

Cliff Jacobson is one of North America's most respected outdoors writers and wilderness canoe guides. His experiences as a professional outfitter and canoeing consultant have resulted in more than a dozen top-selling books on camping, canoeing, navigation, and outdoor skills.

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